“Cómo meter una ballena en una maleta?” | Raúl Guridi | Avenauta, Spain | 32pp
“I have decided to take a trip. It’s going to be a long one, a very long one. For that reason, I will take with me what I love most, my whale”. There are suitcases for almost everything, for violins, bottles, binoculars, coats…but not for all our memories. If you had to leave your home to make a trip, with no return date, what would you take with you? Other titles from the author/illustrator: It’s so difficult, The day I became a bird, Once upon a time, Shadow, Colossus, Penelope in the sea, The story of the black rabbit, Dance, A piece of the sea, Another country, I am the wolf!, The last tree, 5 flies and a trumpet , Me Albert, the book hater, Edmond, Super heroes do not exist, Parco, The lighthouse , An island
Rights sold: English language (Tate Publishing), French (excl. North America) & Turkey. All author royalties on this book will be going to the Open Arms Charity, helping out refugees.